If you are looking for resources to assist you in teaching the Arts and Music, please feel free to use the links below:


 National Gallery of Art  The National Gallery of Art offers students and teachers free online Art Learning Resources.
 Americans for the Arts  Americans for the Arts - Tools & Resources - can be used to develop strong local leadership, cultivate adequate resources, and strengthen connections and partnerships among schools, businesses, artists, and community leaders in support of arts education.
SEADAE SEADAE (State Education Agency Directors of Arts Education) is building a repository of online instructional resources for the field. Areas include dance, media arts, music, theatre, visual arts, virtual field trips, and national standards.
Google Arts and Culture Google Arts & Culture is a place to learn about art, artists, crafts, and designs from the past and present worldwide.
 SAAM Smithsonian American Art Museum - Teacher Guides and Resources uses artworks to explore historical eras, literary themes, and connections to the present day.



 Arts Ed NJ Arts Ed NJ (formerly The New Jersey Arts Education Partnership) was created to be the unified voice for arts education, established in 2007 following years of planning and input by arts and education leaders statewide.
Music Education Resources
 K 12 Resources for Music Educators This website has a large number of website links. The categories include band, choir, orchestra, classroom, and all music.
 MakeMusic MakeMusic, Inc. contains a suite of musical educational tools, including MakeMusic Cloud, Sight Reading Studio, Solutions for Education and Individuals, and the most extensive collection of interactive and digital sheet music. There are two subscription plans - All Access ($59.99/year) and Sight Reading Studio ($19.99/year).
Digital Music Resources Digital Music Resources includes a lift of free music resources provided by the Music Forward Foundation.
Carnegie Hall Carnegie Hall - Resources for Music Educators takes programs the Hall's Weill Music Institute created. The collection offers various digital programs and resources for educators to use free of charge.







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